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Electrical Engineering

Students with diverse backgrounds and interests are the foundation of the vibrant Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering program at the University of Colorado Boulder. The program boasts an esteemed faculty, including 7 IEEE Fellows, 3 OSA Fellows, and 2 RASEI Fellows, as well as a nearly 100% employment rate upon graduation.

Take individual graduate courses, or pursue a certificate or Master of Engineering or Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. Areas of study include:

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Digital Signal Processing Communication
  • Dynamics and Controls
  • Electromagnetics, RF, and Microwaves
  • Nanostructures and Devices
  • Optics and Photonics
  • Power Electronics
  • Power Systems and Renewable Energy

Dual Degree Option

If you are interested in leadership and management, the dual degree of a Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and the Master of Engineering in Engineering Management may be the perfect fit for you!

Graduate Advisor: Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering

Adam Sadoff
303.735.0490
Sadoff@colorado.edu
Electrical Engineering Website
 

View graduate degree admission requirements and application deadlines on the University of Colorado Boulder Graduate Admissions page.

 

Check out the Engineering Anywhere distance course offerings for Electrical Engineering below!

Library Courses

Library Courses are digital recordings of University of Colorado Boulder graduate engineering and technology courses taught in previous semesters. These courses have been approved to be included in the Course Library. However, for most courses, you will need to contact the instructor directly to obtain permission to take the course in a particular semester.

Library Courses are digital recordings of University of Colorado Boulder graduate engineering and technology courses taught in previous semesters. These courses have been approved to be included in the Course Library. However, for most courses, you will need to contact the instructor directly to obtain permission to take the course in a particular semester.